Teaching jobs mean you will work in schools colleges or universities and other educational establishments
When becoming a new teacher in Britain you are required to complete an induction programme which would last you one academic year. This should be completed within fire years otherwise you will get an extension, although you may take a break.
An good understanding of a particular educational area would assist you alot when looking for employment. For instance if you enjoy grammar and teaching langages, then you should consider applying for English teacher jobs. There are many openings for teaching in university or college as well as schools but require that you are qualified in the area that you want to work at.
When applying for a job in teaching you should always consider these issues before taking it on, which include the location, year group, subjects you are able to teach, size and types of schools, teaching methods and styles, Support for induction and school performance/reputation.
The NQTs in England and Wales that work in state-maintained schools in general begin their careers on the initial point of the main pay scale [M1]. Circumstances and salaries within academies and city technologies possibly will be different. The salary for M1 in England includes £21,102 - £30,393 [London Fringe], £23,118 - £32,751 [Outer London], £24,168 - £33,936 [Inner London] and £20,133 - £29,472 [Rest of England].
Further career information
There are many ways to get into teaching through, below are link[s] that may be helpful to you: